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Características clínicas e laboratoriais associadas à nefroangioesclerose hipertensiva confi rmada por biópsia renal
D'Oliveira, Carolina Hernandez;Martin, Luis Cuadrado;Viero, Rosa Marlene;Cerolli, Camila Farias;Moraes, Cinthia Esbrille de;Santos Silva, Vanessa dos;Habermann, Francisco;Silva Franco, Roberto Jorge da;
Jornal Brasileiro de Nefrologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-28002011000300008
Abstract: introduction: hypertensive nephroangiosclerosis is a major cause of chronic kidney disease requiring dialysis. clinical characteristics that distinguish a patient with hypertension that evolves to nephroangiosclerosis from another that keeps stable renal function are not well established because of the difficulty in ensuring that the carriers of that disease are not actually suffering from glomerulonephritis or other kidney diseases. thus, our objective was to identify clinical or laboratory features that distinguish the patients who developed chronic renal failure from hypertension, confirmed by renal biopsy, of those who, even with arterial hypertension, did not develop nephroangiosclerosis. methods: we conducted a retrospective comparison of clinical and laboratory data of 15 patients with hypertensive nephroangiosclerosis confirmed by renal biopsy and 15 hypertensive patients from the outpatient clinic of the hypertension center, whose lack of nephroangiosclerosis was defined as absence of proteinuria. the groups were matched for age and gender. results: among the evaluated variables, duration of hypertension, pulse pressure, blood glucose, uric acid, creatinine and frequency of use of diuretics and sympatholytic differed statistically between the two groups. all these variables were higher in nephroangiosclerosis patients. conclusion: this study links biopsy proven hypertensive nephroangiosclerosis with metabolic features, hypertension intensity and duration, corroborating the idea that primary prevention of hypertension, postponing its initiation, a more intensive hemodynamic control (when hypertension is well established) and metabolic control of these patients have the potential to prevent hypertensive nephroangiosclerosis.
El tratamiento de las partes de la oración en el Arte de la lengua espa ola castellana de Gonzalo Correas
Luis Alberto Hernando Cuadrado
Boletín de Filología , 2010,
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Cellular Prion Protein and Sexual Dimorphic Areas in Rodents. Correlates with Alzheimer Disease  [PDF]
Mar Cuadrado-Tejedor, Ana Irujo, Beatriz Paternain, María Jesús Madrid, José Luis Velayos
Neuroscience & Medicine (NM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/nm.2011.24051
Abstract: The cellular prion protein (PrPC) expression was analyzed by western-blot in the rat, in two different dimorphic brain areas such as the anterior hypothalamic and the preoptic areas. In both cases, the PrPC expression was increased in males, implying a sexual dimorphism for the PrPC protein. The study was also made in other two brain areas, frontal cortex and hyppocampus (a clearly dimorphic area); in this case, mice of different ages of both sexes were used. In both brain areas analyzed, although the PrPC expression was increased with age until the adult age (38 weeks), it was decreased in aged animals (56 weeks) in both sexes. The PrPC expression in mouse hippocampus was predominant in males in comparison to females. Moreover, the non-glycosylated band was increased with age and this increase was parallel with the increase observed for the glycolsylated band. The non-glycosylated band increases more in aged females. Altogether, these data suggest that PrP in rodents, in the brain areas analyzed, has a dimorphism role. As we discuss in the present study and in relation to previous studies of our group these data could be extrapolated to humans (specially in Alzhemer disease cases).
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Luis Fernández Sanz,Juan J. Cuadrado
Revista Espa?ola de Innovación, Calidad e Ingeniería del Software , 2007,
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Systems for Near Real-Time Analysis of Large-Scale Dynamic Graphs
Luis M. Vaquero,Felix Cuadrado,Matei Ripeanu
Computer Science , 2014,
Abstract: Graphs are widespread data structures used to model a wide variety of problems. The sheer amount of data to be processed has prompted the creation of a myriad of systems that help us cope with massive scale graphs. The pressure to deliver fast responses to queries on the graph is higher than ever before, as it is demanded by many applications (e.g. online recommendations, auctions, terrorism protection, etc.). In addition, graphs change continuously (so do the real world entities that typically represent). Systems must be ready for both: near real-time and dynamic massive graphs. We survey systems taking their scalability, real-time potential and capability to support dynamic changes to the graph as driving guidelines. The main techniques and limitations are distilled and categorised. The algorithms run on top of graph systems are not ready for prime time dynamism either. Therefore,a short overview on dynamic graph algorithms has also been included.
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Luis Fernández Sanz,Juan J. Cuadrado-Gallego
Revista Espa?ola de Innovación, Calidad e Ingeniería del Software , 2009,
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Luis Fernández Sanz,Juan J. Cuadrado-Gallego
Revista Espa?ola de Innovación, Calidad e Ingeniería del Software , 2008,
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Luis Fernández Sanz,Juan J. Cuadrado-Gallego
Revista Espa?ola de Innovación, Calidad e Ingeniería del Software , 2009,
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Luis Fernández Sanz,Juan J. Cuadrado-Gallego
Revista Espa?ola de Innovación, Calidad e Ingeniería del Software , 2006,
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Luis Fernández Sanz,Juan J. Cuadrado-Gallego
Revista Espa?ola de Innovación, Calidad e Ingeniería del Software , 2008,
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